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of seattle with a camperable ordinance was able to do it under the first amendment. last week a circuit panel undid that case and they're in the protections and i disagree with the reading and to the polluters that litter on your footsteps and based on the same logic as the citizens united ruling and considers the corporate super pacs the same as real people but with our city attorney i am introducing legislation today and suspend our pilot programs until we see if seattle's law is consistent with the first amendment and i am working with the city attorney to find alternate approaches for the same goal. the rest i commit. >> thank you supervisor. supervisor. >> submit. >> thank you supervisor. >> supervisor mar. >> thank you madam clerk. i have several things. the first is my strong support for the neighborhood theater and in the richmond district. i have been supporting the survival of the neighborhood theaters and i am introducing a motion for what the city can do much more to protect the small independent theaters. i have been working hard to support the balboa theater and the foundat
that you can visit while you are here. i understand you are going through my home time, seattle next year -- my home town. seattle next. i was born and raised there. and of course, if that is not enough for you to do while you are here, you should talk to mohammed about getting tickets to the giants, the 49ers, or outside because that is -- outside plans because that is happening this weekend. that is the fun we have in our great city. we are a large city. i get to talk and write about the things we're doing, and i want you to know that the internment -- and permit, our commitment to greening are parts of what we're here to do because of the advocacy that you do across the country, keep of that work, keep reminding mayors like me and everybody else we have an obligation to take the greening ideas and put them into the urban setting. give our kids the chance to get dirty with their hands, but watch things grow as they grow. this is the only way i know how to run the city. i have worked in this alleyways for many years. worked in the dirtiest smelling streets of our city. i come out loving
of seattle with the comparable ordinance was allowed to regulate yellow page distribution under the first amendment. unfortunately a few weeks ago the three-judge circle panel reverse that had case found that yellow pages are subject to full first amendment protections. as i have stated before, i strongly disagree with the 9th circuit's ruling which is a misreading of the first amendment to protect polluters with 1.6 million unwanted yellow page books every year. based on the same logic as the citizens united ruling that treats the free speech rights of corporate super p-a-cs to be the same as real people. but in light of that decision and in consultation with our city attorney, this legislation would be recommended to suspend implementation of our pilot program at least until future appellate proceedings determines that the seattle law is consistent with the first amendment. and, colleagues, i also want to mention that i'm still committed to finding policies that reduce yellow page blight and i'm working with the city attorney to hopefully draft new legislation to find alternate approach
was in seattle and i loved it and up to the japan town and chinatown areas and i had a great time and i do that all the time. i think it's a great opportunity to have the arena here and it's going to be a landmark and like sidney has at the opera house and i recall people said it was going to be a waste of money and now it's the first thing you think of sidney and i look forward to this arkts reina being built. >> okay. >> hello. >> can i be his translator? >> yes. >> [speaking foreign language] >> i hope that we can lower the price of the arena tickets so we serve the community of low income. >> [speaking foreign language] >> i was also hoping -- i was also hoping games could be arranged on weekends than weekdays and more people can go on saturdays and sundays and thank you. >> thank you. >> and after that charlie liker. >> good afternoon. i am a member of chinese [inaudible] and i am speaking in support of the project. i believe it is good to have more open space around the water so people can exercise like thai chi and also for seniors to rest in the place and this is very good and w
would assess on passengers. san diego and seattle have both put in p s c's to retain very many and so it's anywhere between two and $6 per head and it depends on the life that we want the repayment between nine and 30 whereas ask so the lower the charge, the locker the fee and the lower the charge the higher the fee and so we also have phase $26.6 million and we are increasing any and are able to use mark port for these because we have increased our spending for one and say it's for half a million dollars and so in total we have 31.4 million for phase two. and throughout this process, we have tried to keep the cost down but it is a big project with many components including the park and ground transportation and the improvement and is so it costs what it costs but we have set any kind of engineering to -- underline the operations and we have also looked to bring in other sources besides powter sources as you will see in the details of staff report we are at about 60 pmpt 4 million of port source and is proposing our share to 70% of the project and so we have be successful in sharing t
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